All Word; Dry up, All Spirit; Blow up: strive for Balance.
What did Jesus Christ have to say about this when asked by Nicodemus, a Pharisee, ruler of the Jews? Check it out in the Companion Bible.
The Companion Bible (KJV) is the absolute BEST Study Bible that I know of.
Book of the Bible is introduced, outlined and it's structure is shown.
page of the text has a parallel column jammed packed with explanatory notes.
Many of the Old Testament notes are based upon Ginzberg's Massorah (small writings
in the margins of the Hebrew texts). E. W. Bullinger, the Editor of The Companion
Bible, was the only Christian Ginzberg allowed to help him with his collection
of the Masoretic Notes or even to see them.
This is the ONLY place I know where
an English reader has access to this extremely enlightening material. The New
Testament marginal notes are a great help to any Bible student, as well! Not
to mention the virtual treasure trove of Bible knowledge available in the 198
appendices in the back of the book.
All these appendixes are listed below.